#Comments: MayoGate now streaming!

Back in 2016 we released and toured with our first #Comments: MayoGate. This sketch commenty is the first in our #Comments series, where online comments are acted out verbatim as characters — here, acted comments are from three articles about vegan mayo. Act I expresses a range of emotion about Veganaise. Acts II and III closely follow a lawsuit against Just Mayo by Hellman’s. Actors: Rob Beloved and Eleni Binge A new commenty (#Comments: Fake Control — exploring our dialogue on what’s real and what’s fake — and how we control our diets and guns) is forthcoming. We’re happy to … Keep goin’

Eight collections of NYC

About eight years ago, according to a good friend, Rob and I started talking about moving to NYC. Just for a year, to try it out. But as I told friends before moving, I could picture myself with my grocery-cart walker strolling around town as a well-advanced Senior citizen, so we were thinking long term.  I loved the idea of anonymity but also adventure — a city that never slept, just like me! Well, I sleep, but not great. I imagined that we could become better activists and artists in a city full of events, people, and culture. Sort of … Keep goin’

My go-to vegan holiday menu

Every year I spend a lot of time re-looking up all the holiday favorites when the temperatures dip to scarf level. And so, here, a roundup of holiday besties — heck, any time of year — presented to you. These are some of my faves. Keep these guys close, like thermal undies. The classic: Jack Daniels Roast Since this year’s Thanksgiving in NYC only required cooking for Rob and I, there was no need to create something the size of the traditional beast for the holiday. Not wanting to miss out, I made a mini-me (1/5 the size) from the … Keep goin’

Sofia has the answer to our statue problem

Last week, after living in Harlem for nine months, Rob and I finally took a Harlem walking tour to learn more about the stories around us. Based on our tour guide’s informative presentation, I’d say that Harlem, with a history of displacement and replacement, could be considered the grandparent of gentrification here in the USA (even Rome gentrified, according to Wikipedia). Originally home to the native tribe the Manhattans, Harlem was later colonized by the Dutch (“Haarlem”) and has since seen a number of cultures and people, including a dizzying number of Africans and African-Americans forced in and pushed within … Keep goin’